Children and staff at Little Acorns Nursery in Priestwood are delighted with their new outdoor play area built by Bracknell Town Council’s Grounds Team. Bracknell Forest’s Mayor, Cllr Dee Hamilton, opened the new play area on Friday. Bracknell Forest Councillor, Kirsten Miller, financed the project from her Bracknell Forest Council Members’ Initiative Fund.
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Yesterday at Easthampstead Park, representatives from Jealott’s Hill Community Landshare received their Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service from James Puxley, Lord-Lieutenant of Berkshire. The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work in their communities. The awards were created in 2002 to … more
This October saw the grand reopening of Kwik Fit in Bracknell. The company has made a significant investment in the centre, and it has been fully refurbished from the garage floor up. Deputy Mayor of Bracknell Town, Councillor Ash Merry was in attendance to meet the team at the Bagshot Road branch and officially declare … more
One of the jewels in Bracknell Forest’s crown scooped a gold award from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) for its beautiful blooms earlier this month. South Hill Park won a Gold award in the Parks and Open Spaces category in the Thames and Chilterns in Bloom competition, a regional round of the RHS Britain in … more
Bracknell in Bloom is celebrating after winning a Gold medal and winning the Small City category in the Thames and Chilterns in Bloom competition, a regional round of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Britain in Bloom campaign. South Hill Park won a Gold medal in the Parks and Open Spaces category, and Sandy Lane Primary School … more